Leptoglossus zonatus (Dallas 1852)
Two yellowish spots on the forward part of the pronotum along with the small black spots interspersed within are distinctive.
Also has a zigzagging white band across the wings (like some other species).
Expansions of the hind tibiae are also much larger and more jagged than most other species.
may damage a wide variety of crops but is considered rare and of little economic importance(5)
potential vector of diseases in corn(1)
First appeared in LA in 1996 and became the dominant coreid species in Satsuma oranges by 2001(1)
L. phyllopus, L. balteatus, and L. concolor can also have yellow spots or regions on the pronotum. However, they are different by lacking the small black spots or being merged together.